Regulatory Affairs

Posted 18 January 2023
Salary £45,000 per annum
LocationEast Cambridgeshire
DisciplineLife Science and Pharmaceutical
ReferenceJCRAC
Contact NameJohn Churchward

Job description

I am delighted to be partnered up with a fantastic pharmaceutical manufacturing company who are UK based with multiple sites throughout UK and Ireland to support them within the growth of their business.

2023/2024 the plans for growth with this company is huge with a solid pipeline. This is your time to be part of something special!

This role is ideal for people looking to make the move into the world of pharmaceutical manufacturing or an experiences RA.

You will report directly to the head of RA and the operations lead.

Role and Responsibilities -

  • The main focus of this role is to ensure all regulatory obligations internal and external are adhered do throughout any product production. You must be ahead of the game with changes to regulatory documentations inside and outside the organisation

  • Ensure that the company and its products are always adhering to MHRA

  • Ensure you familiarise yourself with not only regulations issued my MHRA but also FDA (The Food and Drug Administration) as my client has key connections with the USA

  • Build fantastic working relationships with inside departments as you will be working very closely with pre and post production departments

  • Collectively, with the RA department contribute to the regulatory strategy for the company and update as and when needed

  • Represent the company within meetings held internally and externally

Requirements Needed -

  • Degree level of education (MPharm, BSc Hons or equivalent)

  • 1 years in either a laboratory or clinical setting

Rewards -

  • Up to £45,000 per annum

  • Team bonus up to 3% yearly

  • Real progression opportunity. This company loves to invest in its own!

  • Yearly company events to include international trips to the USA

This role is contracted to 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday!

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